Navajos - translation to french
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Navajos - translation to french

Navaho; Diné; Dineh; Navajo tribe; Navajo (people); Navajo Indians; Dine people; Navajos; Navahos; Hatałii; Hatalli; Navahu˙; Navajo people; Naabeehó; Naabeeho; History of the Navajo; Navajo culture; List of Navajo people; Navajo art; Prehistory of the Navajos; Navajo emigration to Canada
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  • Hogan at Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
  • A 19th-century hogan
  • [[Edward S. Curtis]]}}
  • baseball player]] for the [[New York Yankees]].
  • [[Manuelito]] (Navajo, 1818–1893), a chief during the Long Walk
  • Navajos spinning and weaving on vertical loom
  • Navajo Germantown Eye Dazzler Rug, [[Science History Institute]]
  • Dibé (sheep) remain an important aspect of Navajo culture.
  • Navajo Yebichai (Yei Bi Chei) dancers. Edward S. Curtis. USA, 1900. The Wellcome Collection, London
  • Navajo weaver with sheep
  • Navajo woman and child, ''circa'' 1880–1910
  • 19th-century Navajo jewelry with the popular concho and [[dragonfly]] designs
  • ''Probably Bayeta-style Blanket with Terrace and Stepped Design'', 1870–1880, 50.67.54, [[Brooklyn Museum]]
  • Squash blossom necklace

Navajo, North American Indian tribe residing mostly in northern New Mexico and Arizona; language of the Navaho tribe (also Navaho)


(also Navaho)
¦ noun (plural same or Navajos)
1. a member of an American Indian people of New Mexico and Arizona.
2. the Athabaskan language of the Navajo.
from Sp. Apaches de Navajo 'apaches from Navajo', from Tewa navahu: 'fields adjoining an arroyo'.



The Navajos (; British English: Navaho; Navajo: Diné or Naabeehó) are a Native American people of the Southwestern United States.

With more than 399,494 enrolled tribal members as of 2021, the Navajo Nation is the largest federally recognized tribe in the United States; additionally, the Navajo Nation has the largest reservation in the country. The reservation straddles the Four Corners region and covers more than 27,325 square miles (70,000 square km) of land in Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico. The Navajo Reservation is slightly larger than the state of West Virginia. The Navajo language is spoken throughout the region, and most Navajos also speak English.

The states with the largest Navajo populations are Arizona (140,263) and New Mexico (108,306). More than three-fourths of the enrolled Navajo population resides in these two states.

Besides the Navajo Nation proper, a small group of Navajos are members of the federally recognized Colorado River Indian Tribes.

Pronunciation examples for Navajos
1. And ideas and customs from Navajo life and Navajo
Krazy Kat, the Poetics of Passing _ Michael Tisserand _ Talks at Google
2. including the Navajo Nation,
3. And Navajo do too.
Laura Peticolas _ Talks at Google
4. Arizona. The Navajo Nation was
Andrew Jolivette _ Radical Love and Healing Past Trauma _ Equity Talks
5. He talked to Navajo sheepherders.
Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance _ Steven Kotler _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of Navajos
1. Au Nouveau–Mexique, il découvrira – et c‘est une révélation la culture des Indiens Navajos.
2. Tony Hillerman avait 83 ans – il était né le 27 mai 1'25 ŕ Sacred Heart dans l‘Oklahoma – et il disait encore, en 2002, malgré son âge déjŕ avancé et les maladies qui le rongeaient: «J‘adore toujours écrire.» Il avait créé deux personnages devenus légendaires, deux enquęteurs navajos – Joe Leaphorn et son second, Jim Chee – dont il déroulera les aventures dans toute une série de romans policiers.